Though the holiday season provides plenty of decoration options, it’s never too early to plan for the following months. Consumers are plenty aware of the glitz and glamor that comes with Christmas. However, once those decorations are stored away sometime after the new year, you don’t want your store to look boring. Food equipment goes beyond fixtures and displays, it also includes a variety of decor that’s essential in keeping your store or cafeteria looking fresh year-round.
Decide on the atmosphere
Before purchasing any decor, first assess what sort of environment your space is. Does it have a modern look or is it more of a farm feel? Be sure to stick with whatever atmosphere your venue has. You want to avoid clashing styles.
For modern stores and cafeterias, consider metal decor. These items offer a classy feel that isn’t too distracting. If your venue offers alcohol, look into Metal Wine Decor, which come in a variety of styles – some of which can even hold wine bottles, boasting form and function. For an eye-catching piece, consider Sprouts In Glass Vases, which allows consumers to study what otherwise would be underground. The reflective glass will keep your venue looking clean and the bright green sprouts will aid in making the space look fresh. The Black & White Wall Decals can be written on and are fun small decorations that will be sure to draw smiles.
Venues with a more relaxed feel will want to invest in quirky decor that keeps the atmosphere fun and inviting. Farm Signs & Décor come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including a set of chickens that children and adults will love. The Vintage Seed Company Prints are painted on wood slats that provide an interesting texture and background for the slightly faded but attention-grabbing artwork. The Rustic Wood Blackboard Decor are fun crates that can be used to store products and offer a blackboard surface that grocers and food service staff can write on.
By investing in products that work year-round, you can help ensure that your store is never boring. Make sure you move these decorations around every so often to keep consumers interested. Decoration doesn’t have to be limited to holidays. Making an interesting space will make shoppers stay in the space longer, potentially boosting sales. Remember to incorporate decor on the walls, the ground and on tabletops.